Access Report Headers

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Header files
Microsoft Access 2003
Microsoft Access reports
Microsoft Access subforms
I have a problem trying to display a report header at the correct time on a report I am building in Access (2003). Lets pretend I have a report with 3 levels (cuz I do!!!):  Proposal, Supplier and Parts.  The report is for the Proposal.  It is grouped by Supplier and then has a subreport for the Parts under that supplier.  Sometimes, there are enough parts to spill onto a second page, sometime not.  I would like my Part subfrm header to view on the second page.  Works great, but the problem is when I have forced a new page by supplier and that page in the report is not the first page, I get the part headers above the supplier info. What I want is to have the part header info only displayed on pages where the Supplier level info is not on the page.  How do I do that.  I have played with Report headers, page headers and group headers and I can not get the report to display as I wish. Just in case you need more clarification because I can not explain this very well:
  • Supplier 1 has a long parts list that flows onto page 2.  Do not display part head on supplier page 1 (which is report page 1), yes on page 2 (which is report page 2).
  • Supplier 2 has a short parts list on 1 page.  Do not display part header on supplier page 1 (which is report page 3).
  • Supplier 3 has a long parts list that flows on 3 pages.  Do not display part header on supplier page 1 (which is now report page 4), yes on page 2 and 3 (which is now report page 5 and 6).
And so forth. Thanks Clangingsymbol

Software/Hardware used:
Access 2003

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